6015 Phinney Ave. N #307, Seattle 98103
Hip in-city loft-like condo with views of Greenlake & the Cascades. A perfect trifecta of value, condition and location. Sweet view unit with a walk score of 94, you will love the modern charm of this newer condo home.
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Here’s a great opportunity to live in a chic in-city studio, within steps to all the convenience of Phinney Ridge
Cherry wood cabinets and granite counters push this kitchen from the mundane to the spectacular
Versatile lay-out allows for separate dining or other layouts for your convenience
This view shows how the kitchen blends seamlessly with the rest of the unit
Here’s a photo of the Murphy bed down and in use
There’s a huge closet with built-in shelving and drawers, plenty of room for all your clothing
When the Murphy bed is up, the room has a lot of versatile uses
Another view of this bed, which blends seamlessly with the rest of the unit
Adding to the versatility, the bed has a hidden table!
Murphy bed also has electrical plugs and built-in lighting
Large oversized bathroom with tile floors
Beautiful tile tub surround and a full size washer and dryer in unit
Here’s a great view of the cozy electric fireplace and the deck
View deck looks East towards Greenlake and the Cascades
Don’t miss the rooftop deck with views of Greenlake to the East and Puget Sound and the Olympics to the West!
This beautiful building was built in 2004 and its Craftsman details are a nod to the many Craftsman homes that fill the neighborhood of Phinney Ridge
You’ll love the beautiful tree-lined streets around the neighborhood
Imagine this beautiful lobby greeting you each day!
Phinney Ridge Neighborhood in Seattle
Phinney Ridge is the hilltop separating Ballard and Green Lake and is enjoying a surge of new family friendly stops along the bustling Phinney and Greenwood Avenues. This neighborhood offers the ultimate in playgrounds – the Woodland Park Zoo, plus easy access to Greenlake.
One of the earliest residents west of Green Lake was the wealthy Guy Phinney, who had his own private estate on the crest of the hill (which would later become Woodland Park and the Zoo). As the area immediately surrounding Green Lake filled with residents and the sawmill there worked its way through the nearby trees, people took advantage of the newly cleared land and moved in. Mr. Phinney encouraged more settlers by putting in his own trolley from Fremont to the area. As more transportation lines were put in, the entire area, including Phinney and Greenwood, became increasingly popular.
This area is the perfect mix of quiet neighborhood meets in-city energy. Phinney Avenue just begs to be strolled down and enjoyed. New eateries, coffee shops, and fun boutique shops are opening up all the time, and the Phinney Neighborhood Association. PNA is located in an old decommissioned school and is a model of community activism.
People from all over the city flock to Woodland Park and Woodland Park Zoo. There’s a Starbucks (of course!) and everyone attends the PhinneyWood Art Walk. There also seem to be a high number of pet-related businesses; pets are welcome here! Of course, Green Lake is just a roll down the hill to the east, and Ballard is equally close to the west.
You’ll find everything you need in Phinney Ridge, including Ken’s Market for groceries and A la Mode for all your pie needs!